Alexia Elizabeth Smart-Fraser was born on the beautiful island of Jamaica. After marrying her high school sweetheart, Edward, she moved to the United States. Ms. Fraser is the proud and loving mother of two children: a son, Sean and a daughter, Paige.
Alexia Fraser studied acting at H.B. Studio and worked as an extra on the set of Cosby Mysteries with Bill Cosby, New York Undercover with Malik Yubo, Central Park West with Lauren Hutton, and the series Prince Street with Mariska Hargitay.
Alexia Fraser has written and produced three original non-fiction one act plays both off-Broadway and off-off-Broadway: “The Ryans,” “Dope the Endeavor” and “Blind Trust.” Her fourth play, “Our God is Awesome,” is not yet produced, but will be soon.
Ms. Fraser is the original founder and partner of her production company, Paige Unlimited, LLC of which she is the Creative Arts VP.
Memories of Mom is Alexia Fraser’s first published book. She was driven to share her story after seeing her mom suffer from unacceptable nursing home and hospital care. Her second book is already partially scripted. “Write what you know” is what she believes.
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Memories of Mom (M.O.M.) is a poignant story about an extraordinary mother, written by a daughter who loved and cared for her during her last lap of life. This story is written from the heart, and will inspire love and affection in millions of daughters and sons who will someday be caring for their elderly parents or loved ones. It is about undying love, unyielding sacrifice and compassionate role reversal.
It is the very personal story of a strong, dynamic and loving mother and a grateful and loving daughter. The attitude and example of her "Mom" continues to enrich her life. Her mother's beautiful image is engraved upon her heart. It is a labor of love and a great book for all those who love their mom.
It reveals the joys and pains of her mother's life. It also gives readers information about Jamaica, "the island in the sun." It is a riveting story — a must read!